What is the Manosphere? What is Neoreaction? At their cores, they are groups of men, finding a sense of community online where they can share opinions, thoughts, experience, philosophy and improvements with each other. They are shining beacons of light in a dark fucking world.
There are MRA’s, PUA’s, MGTOW’s, and i’m sure a lot of other silly acronyms. Let’s leave the labels at the door Gents.
I got into the community from the PUA side. I quickly learned that outwardly fixing your problems with women does nothing for fixing ones inner self and deeper seated issues. But Game is a priceless tool that all men should acquire. How you use said Game is up to the individual.
Then I found “the Red Pill” subreddit when there were less than 1,500 subscribers. Everything started to click. I could see the code of the programming. Then I found the Manosphere. I was home. Men being men, sharing stories, ideas, taking action to improve their lives and those around them.
From there I stumbled upon the Neoreactionaries. I was intrigued. A lot of what they say makes sense. I can see how they are a different prong in the war us men are fighting to retake masculinity.
Do they differ? Of course. Not every man wants to fight to bring back Monarchy and not every man wants to bang sluts. But we all want to bring about an age of reclaimed masculinity. There is not set in stone path on that journey. There will always be ideological disagreements.
But our commonalities are much greater than our differences. We both use our writings in hopes of bettering men and in turn, society.
It’s up to you to decide which parts of the manosphere you read. Which you agree with and which you don’t. We are men. We can disagree while still respecting each other. But the public displays of troll baiting need to stop. Let’s leave those tactics to the feminists.
I think both sides of the manosphere can agree that name-calling and dick-waving as no place in our worlds.
Let’s do what men do best. Build value.
Leave the taking value, shaming, name calling and false bravado for the feminists.
Be a builder, not a destroyer.